This week, you will construct your annotated outline to provide the framework for the paper you will write next week.
An annotated outline is an outline to which additional information is added. In your outline, use APA formatting and include in-text citations for at least 5 scholarly articles. For each citation, make note of key aspects of the article (study, literature review, secondary analysis, etc.) — e.g., participants, purpose, research design and methods, data analysis, key findings, and conclusions as they relate to the Classic or Postmodern Model about which you will be writing. You must understand each study—what the researchers did, why they did it, and what they found and concluded. Place the citations and information in the sections for which they are providing evidence/support. You may also add topic sentences and comments to your outline.
Your annotated outline must be related to your selected model of MFT. Please select at least five articles that address the postmodern model on which you choose to focus. Places to search include:
- The Watters and Adamson text (remember that you must find the original source of anything listed as sources in the text)
- The Northcentral Library databases (e.g., EBSCO Host, SAGE Knowledge, E-brary, etc. – remember those that you tried in MFT-5101)
- Google Scholar or another Internet search engine; or any other search method that you choose.
Be sure your outline’s articles are from peer-reviewed journals and were published within the past 5 years. Choose articles that, taken together, will assist you in writing the paper you are outlining this week that is due next week. All articles must be scholarly, as defined by the library resources in this week’s resources.
Length: 3-4 pages
References: Include at least 5 scholarly articles.